Bridle Run - 5708 208 Street Langley, BC V3A 8L4, LMS1372 - Located in a sought after neighbourhood in Langley on 208 Street and 57 Avenue. Bridle Run offers 56 luxury townhomes built in 1995 that are professionally managed. This is a convenient location close to bus stops, Safeway, Valley Centre, Willowbrook Shopping Centre, Kwantlen Polytechnic University, Simmonds Elementary, HD Stafford Secondary, restaurants, Cascades Casino, recreation, medical services, Langley Meadows Park, recreation and more! Direct access to major transportation routes including the Trans-Canada Highway and Fraser Highway, allows an easy commute to surrounding destinations. Most homes feature two levels or are rancher style, spacious living areas, 9' ceilings, gas fireplaces, in-suite laundry and plenty of windows to brighten your home. Residents can enjoy their large backyards with patio areas and balconies in some units that offer gorgeous views of Mt. Baker and a park like setting. Homes also feature a single garage with lots of space for storage, a driveway for additional parking and visitor parking throughout the complex. Bridle Run backs onto a beautiful greenspace and is just steps away from parks with walking trails. This is a well maintained complex that has recent updates including a new 40 year fibreglass roof, new soffits and balconies were redone. This is a gated community that offers wheelchair access, playground amenities for the kids and a clubhouse for the whole family to enjoy. If you're looking for comfortable townhome living for the whole family in a sought after neighbourhood, then this is the place to be - Live at Bridle Run!
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||5708 208th Street
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|Units in Development: ||56|
|Units in Strata:||56|
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